In the November 26 to December 2, 2016 edition of the Alibi, Maggie Grimason’s interviews with Beau Carey and Scott Greene describe both painters “canary in the coal mine” approach to painting. Grimason writes, “Where there is a felt absence in Carey’s paintings, Scott Greene approaches the topic differently, explicitly incorporating man-made detritus into his compositions. ‘I see artificial constructs everywhere and try to include a vestige of what’s natural,’ Greene stated of his works in Bewilderness.”
The exhibitions run parallel at 516 Arts in Albuquerque
A copy of the article may be seen on the Alibi website here.